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2014-04-08 03:46:18
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2014-04-08 03:46:22
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2014-04-08 03:46:25
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2014-04-08 23:48:36
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2014-04-09 05:46:40
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2014-04-09 16:47:21
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2014-04-10 08:44:11
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2015-10-03 13:47:36
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2015-10-09 01:08:27
As parents of an <a href="">inglleitent</a>, pre-teen, who sometimes requires parental inspiration to stimulate her motivation, we have utilized the McD's example of alternative achievements to life as she has thus enjoyed and envisions it to continue, when necessary to remind her to, keep her head in the game.' So, I understand and appreciate the message, albeit I m the parent and it's my job to be the meanest mommmm!!! (appropriately)I would not appreciate any teacher assigning my daughter a limited future. It's incumbent upon a teacher to access and encorage the unlimited potential of their students, not define their limitations. If a McD's application arrived home with my daughter, I'd initiate an immediate communication with the teacher to find out why the teacher hadn't appropriately apprised me of my child not working to the best of her abilities.This teacher may have thought this was a motivational stimulus, however I wonder if this teacher recognizes the probability of further alienating a student who obviously required a better connection to the teacher, the subject, the work.Of course, not all kids are the same, but all teachers need to remember that they are partners of their student's parents.A McD's application, along with a new toilet bowel brush wrapped with a bow, falls within the realm of a parental kick-in-the-tush.I believe the teacher stepped over the boundary, even though I'll continue to remind my kid that if she chooses lazy, she better get good at flipping burgers that's My job!Awesome analysis Gwen. Thoughtful, insightful. I especially liked your idea of parental responsibility!Chris
2015-10-09 05:30:46
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2015-10-09 11:45:40
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2015-12-25 04:49:25
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2015-12-28 18:06:57
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